Places To Visit
Belgrade is more than just the
nightlife, there are many interesting
things to do in the old "Sigidinum".
If you like beautiful views, historical
sites, and cultural centres then this
might be useful.
Located in Zemun, a city in the city of Belgrade. Zemun is
located at the confluence of the river Sava and river Danube.
Gardoš is one of the millennium towers built by the Hungarians,
in Zemun. The view from the tower or its base is splendid. You
should try it at night.
Zemun streets look so Hungarian. Historically, the city and its
tower are influenced by the Hungarians.
This is the fun heart of the city of Belgrade. It is
the main walking street in Belgrade, here, you
can find many shops, restaurants, coffee shops,
and notable and historical streets. It goes from
the main city center (Republic Square) to
Kalemegdan (park and old fortress). Knez
Mihailova is a must-see in Belgrade. Very
pleasant for relaxed walks especially in the
Also known as the Belgrade fortress, the fortress and the park are located in
the very center of Belgrade. The cliff-like ridge overlooks the Great War Island
and the beautiful confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers. It is also well
known for its kilometers-long tunnels, underground corridors, and
Don’t forget to take a picture of the victor monument (A Monument of
Exceptional Culture). The monument was built as a symbol of victory over the
Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires. You can have a charming view by
sitting on the wall. Perfect romantic place for lovers. Free pass to see the
Roman well, Tower of Nebojsa, Clock Tower, and Military Bunker.
St. Sava Temple
Beautiful every time!
“A true display of grandeur and Christian splendour.” it
is the largest Orthodox place of worship in the Balkans
and one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world.
It is also visible from any height in the city. The gold-
plated edifice is important for Serbian culture and
history. It is also a symbol of faith and freedom. the
Church of Saint Sava represents an extraordinary place
of worship for Serbia and its proud people.
Avalski Toranj (in Serbian) is located in Beli
Potok, a suburban area that falls under
greater Belgrade. It is located south of the
base of Mount Avala. Entry ticket is about
300 RSD for adults and 150 RSD for students.
Use The Avala Tower Observation Deck to see
Belgrade. You will have the chance to see an
imposing monument of the Unknown
Soldier, a tribute to soldiers whose lives were
sacrificed for their country in various wars.
Note: You must be willing to climb!
This is a river Island in the capital city of Serbia that was artificially
turned into a peninsula. Ada Ciganlija is the cultural and entertainment
center of Belgrade, especially in the summer. Numerous events are
organized in which the most famous writers, drama and
entertainment artists, cultural and artistic societies, choirs, orchestras,
and amateurs from various fields ad parts of the world participate.